Netanyahu expresses readiness to restart talks with Palestinians
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday that he is "ready to resume direct negotiations with the Palestinians with no conditions whatsoever to entering negotiations…immediately."
The comment came during talks with his British counterpart David Cameron at 10 Downing Street on the second day of his two-day trip to London. The talks focused on the Syrian civil war and the Iranian nuclear agreement.
"The Middle East is disintegrating under the twin forces of militant Islam – militant Sunnis led by ISIS and militant Shiites led by Iran," he said. "I believe that we can cooperate in practical ways to roll back the tide of militant Islam both in the Middle East and in Africa."
Cameron told Netanyahu that Britain "remains staunch in our defence of Israel's right to exist and to defend itself."